World Series Report: BoSox 5th Highest Average This Decade, Dodgers Average Down 51% From 2017

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It’s been 102 years since the Dodgers (FKA Brooklyn Robins) played a World Series in Boston. The Red Sox won that series 4-1, behind a 13-inning, Game 2 performance from Babe Ruth!

For fans buying tickets to see the second installment of a Red Sox-Dodgers World Series, below is a TicketIQ, summary for ticket demand in both Boston and Los Angeles, as well as some historical context.

Check out real-time prices in BOS and LA here.

Red Sox Data:

  • The Red Sox are favorites to win it all, and ticket prices in Boston reflect that confidence. Prices to see a World Series Game at Fenway park averages $2,082, making it one of only five teams to have an average price over $2,000 this decade.
  • Prices for 2018 are 31% above the series average at Fenway park in 2013.
  • The average price for the Necessary Games 1 & 2 is $1,449, with the cheapest ticket under $500
  • The average price for the If Necessary Games 6 & 7 is $2,715, with the cheapest ticket for a Game 7 at $800

See more in-depth data at TickeIQ.

Dodgers Data:

  • For the underdog Dodgers, the average price or tickets to their second-consecutive World Series is $1,353. The cheapest ticket to see one of the three games at Dodgers Stadium is $680. At current prices, it’s the 10th most expensive World Series home prices we’ve tracked.
  • Prices are down 51% from last years prices, largely b/c there is no chance for a game 6 or game 7, both of which will take place at Fenway Park, if needed.
  • While the average price for the entire series is down, the cheapest ticket for 2018 are actually more expensive than 2017, which dipped below $500 after the Dodgers game 4 loss last season.

See more in-depth data at TickeIQ.